Brian Falconer on Global News: Conservation group secures virtual end to all hunting in critical part of Great Bear Rainforest

New campaign is underway to safeguard wildlife in the Nadeea tenure.

Brian Falconer, Raincoast Conservation Conservation Guide Outfitter Coordninator, was interviewed on Global News and had a chance to speak to the importance of the new campaign to secure the Nadeea commercial hunting tenure.

“[The coastal grizzly hunting ban] is something that we’ve been waiting for for so many years and something the people of British of Columbia asked for, for a long time. We’re thrilled about it. But it’s not enough” – Brian Falconer

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